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Old 10-08-2007, 03:21 PM   #1
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Stolen Car

Blonde?

Stolen Car



Maybe not. We had this happen to a guy at work. He worked 2nd shift and ALWAYS parked in the same VISITORS spot everyday, but with permission to do so. As the 3rd shift guys came into work, they said, "hey man, where's your car? Did it get towed?"

He went to look and sure enough, it wasn't there. He freaked and called the building management and bitched them out for towing his car even though they had given them permission to park there. blah blah blah.

The management insisted they hadn't touched it and hadn't authorized anybody to move it. That made him panic even more, and just as he was about to call the cops, he suddenly remembered that he didn't drive his car into work that day. He drove his dads explorer and thinking ahead, he parked in a different spot because he didn't want it to get towed.




*sigh* Good times. We never let him forget that one until the day he got fired.
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ya know.... i've done some stupid sh*t like that before
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Old 10-08-2007, 03:25 PM   #3
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i've forgotten where i've parked a couple of times, then i remember a couple seconds later
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Old 10-08-2007, 03:28 PM   #4
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That is hilarious, reminds me of someone on here that is blonde.
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ya know.... i've done some stupid sh*t like that before



Lucky for you, pretty girls are easily forgiven.

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Old 10-08-2007, 03:33 PM   #6
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fkn wrd.
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Old 10-08-2007, 04:04 PM   #7
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Old 10-08-2007, 09:08 PM   #8
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ya know.... i've done some stupid sh*t like that before
+1 ...I've actually gotten into the wrong car before, only to hear someone in the backseat ask what the I was doing in their car.
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Old 10-08-2007, 09:20 PM   #9
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I sometimes forget what level I parked on downtown. Then I have to push every button and jump out and look....
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+1 ...I've actually gotten into the wrong car before, only to hear someone in the backseat ask what the I was doing in their car.
I got the kicked out of me for getting in the wrong car at a party one time when I was all drunk.

It sukd.
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Old 10-08-2007, 09:33 PM   #11
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I've done that before....except i was at the mall and walked out a entrance that looked exactly like the entrance i originally came in and looked for my car and couldn't find it. Found out it was at the other entrance! I was freaking.
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Old 10-08-2007, 09:37 PM   #12
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a father and son walked up to my truck and tried to use their keys and wondered why it wouldn't open, i was about 100ft behind them and pressed the remote start just to mess with them. they frieaked out and then realized it wasn't their truck. we had a good laugh and they walked two aisles over, they had the same exact model, color, truck as me.
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I parked my escort (with a system in the back) with the hatch up and the 4 ways on when I was carrying groceries into my dorm one night.. as soon as I got through the door a hot girl I had been talking to called me and wanted to do something and I went out through the other door to go to the girls dorms...
the next morning I got up for my 8 am and walked outside and my ****nig car was sitting there! it had snowed that night and there was like 6" of snow inside the hatch sitting on my speakers. my friend had seen it later that night and closed it and locked it for me but he couldn't find me (out with the girl). and the 4 ways had ran my battery dead.

the campus police came and gave me a jump and said they hadn't towed it cause they felt sorry for the guy dumb enough to leave his car with the hatch up and the 4 ways on during a blizzard in front of college dorms.
and I told him it was cause of a girl and he winked and said "yeah as long as it was worth it dont feel bad about it."
it was.
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when i worked for H.E.B a guy came in one day freaking out about how his car had been stolen from the lot me and a couple of other baggers spent 30 min looking for his car when he decided to call the cops after filing a police report and starting the search he called his wife to let her know. she then informed him that he had taken her car instead of his. "her" car was sitting in the very first parking spot.
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